Shadow Shot Sunday: Pergola


 

pergola—
refuge from drizzle
and pigeons

 
© 2010 by Magical Mystical Teacher
 
Photo: Reconstructed pergola in Pioneer Square, Seattle
 
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Posted on June 12, 2010, in my digital photos, my senryu, Seattle, Shadow Shot Sunday. Bookmark the permalink. 39 Comments.

  1. Love the picture…very cool.

  2. Wrought iron and tempered glass as descriptors sound bland. However, the artistic architect has blended them into a cityscape island from Seattle rains. Such urban style!

  3. Needless to say I recognized this shadow shot!! And miracle of miracles you caught blue skies! Marvelous capture for the day! Enjoy your weekend!

    Sylvia

  4. Interesting shot.
    Maggie

  5. Ah, yes! Most certainly a refuge from the pigeons!!! Love the arches…

  6. What a lovely shadow and a very practical place..Pigeons can be a little bit of a problem, when overhead..Course when they have christened me, I was always told it was “good luck”…not sure about that…
    Happy SSS.

  7. If I had to shelter from the pigeons, this is where I would choose to be, under this beautiful structure.

  8. Cool perspective on this refuge from pigeons and their p**p

    thanks for the Haiku describing my photos!

    Wrought iron arches
    keep us protected
    from weather and nature.

  9. I love that…’and pigeons’…they can be pesky lil’ poopers, but what would a pergola be without them… I so want one in my yard…just a small one to dream from…right!
    Have a wonderful weekend!

  10. Well, you made me smile. :))

  11. Love the haiku! You certainly need a refuge from some of those penguins. Great shadow shot!

  12. Enjoyed the wry humour in the last line of your senryu! A beautiful look pergola!

  13. I like your refuge from pigeons line! Nice shot.

  14. I like the look of this pergola. It’s a very fancy one!

    Enjoy your weekend 🙂

  15. LOL those pigeons! That pergola looks nice.

  16. SSS greetings from rainy and cold (+10 C) Helsinki, Finland!
    It looks you have much better weather over there…
    One more week to go and then back to Casablanca.
    Have a great day and good week ahead!

    BLOGitsePHOTOS

  17. …and pigeons! Fabulous!
    As well as that gorgeous pergola – love the angles, iron & glass….wouldn’t that be wonderful to have in your back yard? Maybe a little too fancy for the back of a house, but lovely all the same!

  18. A graceful place to pass time – and cool when the sun shines, too, isn’t it?

  19. ctmott: i’ve heard that too!!

    very elegant lines in this photo!! great capture.

  20. Nice shot! Lots of “textures” and color.

  21. lovely angle to this shot

  22. MMT : ) Hello there .. This is a very grand pergola indeed !
    It should well shelter people from both mishaps at the very least ? 😉
    Joy

  23. I love pergolas, wish I had one!

  24. That’s very pretty. A beautiful shelter from the sun…

  25. Very entertaining image and haiku!

  26. great shot … I love pergolas

  27. Beautiful contrast of lines and colours in this photo. I do like your little rhyme too.

  28. So very beautiful. Arches of shadow, windows of light.

  29. Fantastic shot!!

  30. Great photo!
    If your interested check out my unique photo challenge website http://www.weekdayphotos.com, every weekday has its own theme and a different photo challenge every week.
    The themes are:

    Monday – Creative Colors
    Tuesday – Macro
    Wednesday – 2 of a kind
    Thursday – Urban
    Friday – Sunset

    The winning photo for every theme/week gets their photo published on the website, check it out and ill be glad if you would join 🙂

    Have a good one!

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